I was not at Gamescom 2015.
It was during the Olympics.
I was tweeting from my home office, just before the Games opened.
The first games were scheduled to start in the afternoon, but the first hour was delayed until at least 7pm, after which the games would start.
The games were about 30 minutes long.
Then, suddenly, the games were cancelled.
A couple of hours later, I had an email from a friend saying they had just cancelled the Games.
I wrote back: “Are you kidding?
That’s what we were talking about!
Games have a way of happening that are never really predictable.”
I was a huge fan of CrossFit and the idea of being able to get in a gym with my friends, get some cardio work, and then come home and play a few rounds with friends and family was a dream.
And then, just as suddenly, it wasn’t happening.
I started to feel like there was a whole other world out there and I couldn’t see it.
I thought that CrossFit was a cool thing that I could do and then this happens.
The Games were great, but I was devastated.
I wasn’t sure if I wanted to be a part of the Crossfit world, which is why I had a lot of other things on my mind.
Then I was lucky enough to have a girlfriend who was very supportive and encouraged me to keep my head up and keep going.
So when the Games came back, I signed up for them.
And what an amazing experience it was.
I found myself really inspired by the community and the workouts.
I felt like it was a perfect place for me to start my CrossFit journey.
When the Games are happening, I’m in my comfort zone, like I have a gym that’s accessible to me and has the equipment to support me, like a CrossFit studio, and I’m doing a lot more cardio work.
I’ve seen people train four hours a day and then go home and sleep.
I can go home to my apartment and just relax.
When it’s time for me, I don’t feel like I’m going to be able to do a lot at home, but at the CrossFits studio, I feel like it’s a whole different experience.
When I first started working out at the studio, it was just me.
I would come in with a bunch of weights, maybe two, three, or four, and a kettlebell or a dumbbell.
I’d go to a rack, get a rack and do my best to get as many reps as I could.
It wasn’t until I started working in the studio and started to learn how to do the proper exercises that I was able to go back and do it with my friend who is an expert in the sport.
I saw the benefits of being on a team, and also being able learn from someone who has a ton of experience in this type of thing.
It’s been a really valuable experience for me.
When CrossFit games are on, I just want to hang out and be myself, so I don